The way we work has changed. Today’s End-User Computing (EUC) needs of organizations require keeping the end-user upfront and central. Balancing employee needs across diverse functions in a social, mobile, analytic, and cloud environment without increasing complexity and management overhead is a mammoth task.
With a varied choice of technology and products, licensing considerations, scores of applications, and the added complexity of managing a completely new application delivery chain with limited in-house skills, it is very easy to end up with an EUC system that leaves users frustrated and unhappy. At Anunta, we address this gap.
We are partners to leading EUC technology providers like VMware, Microsoft, and Citrix.
How Managed DaaS Enables Digital
Workplace In The Enterprises And The Key
Factors To Consider When Evaluating A
Managed DaaS Provider
DaaS is ideal for
Bring your own devices
Remote and Branch
Field workers (on the go workers)
Our technology partners
remote desktops migrated
Users managed globally
years of implementation and
managing remote desktop solutions
Anunta is a recognized managed desktop as a service and digital workspace solutions provider and has successfully migrated 500,000+ remote desktop users to cloud environment globally and manage 200,000+ users globally.
A decade of experience in implementing DaaS solutions
for clients all over the globe.
1. Which cloud infrastructure can be used to host cloud desktops?
You can host your cloud desktops on any public or private cloud infrastructure using Anunta’s Enterprise Desktop as a Service (DaaS), based on the geo specifications.
2. Do enterprises need to make any upfront investment to adopt cloud desktops?
No, there is no heavy upfront investment to be made to adopt cloud desktops. Cloud desktops are available both as a Pay as you go and Reserved Instance model. The customer only pays for what they use in a pay as you go model. Depending on their business needs, customers do opt for Reserved Instance model as well. Reserved Instances require a minimum commitment on cloud resources for a specified period, 1-year or3 years.
3. Do enterprises incur any minimum billing to run cloud desktops?
No, the customers will need to pay only for the virtual machines subscribed as per the TCO model.
4. How do I migrate from corporate desktop environment to cloud?
Anunta offers comprehensive migration options, including complete cloud adoption packages – Day 0, Day 1, and Day 2 packages (Design, Onboarding, cloud infrastructure customization and user migration) to help migrate workloads from physical desktop environment to cloud.
5. How do I adopt cloud desktops in a multi-cloud environment?
Anunta’s tailored cloud adoption plans, offers Onboarding and Support for enterprises to adopt cloud desktops in a multi-cloud environment.
6. What is the difference between “Pooled” and “Dedicated” desktops?
Pooled desktops offer multi-session environment leveraging Microsoft’s WVD or RDSH servers at an affordable cost. Personal desktops provide single session Windows 10 desktops.
7. What is the maximum number of desktops possible to host in the cloud environment? Can cloud desktops be scaled up/down?
Enterprises can host as many cloud desktops as per their need. Anunta’s Enterprise DaaS (Anunta Desktop360) offers customized cloud desktops to businesses. The cloud desktops can be easily scaled up/ down as per the business requirement.
8. Can an enterprise host cloud desktops in multiple countries in a single subscription?
Yes, an Enterprise can host cloud desktops in multiple countries using a single subscription.
9. How to I size the right cloud desktop configuration for my organization?
Anunta performs desktop performance benchmarking activity using its own tools and evaluates use cases in an organization to arrive at the right cloud configuration. This helps to architect the best fit configuration for each use case. This ensures seamless experience to the end users and infrastructure performance is enhanced optimally.
10. How do I decide the bandwidth required to run cloud desktops?
Anunta’s bandwidth assessment framework using own tools analyses and recommends the bandwidth required for each use case.